The impounding structures at Fall Brook Reservoir include a 1392-foot long, 37-foot high main dam with a spillway and outlet, and a 256-foot long, 11-foot high dike. The spillway is located at the south abutment of the dam, and consists of a broad-crested weir 19 feet long with vertical stone masonry training walls that extend the length of the discharge channel. The outlet for the dam consists of a 30-inch diameter cast-iron pipe which discharges at the toe of th dam. The dam is generally in fair condition. The test flood outflow of 2,370 cfs and pool at El 657.6 will overtop the dam by 0.6 feet and the dike by 1.4 feet. The spillway capacity at El 646.2 (the low point on the crest of the dike) is 500 cfs, which is 21 percent of the test flood outflow.